Crime In Haiti

I need everyone’s opinion on this question. What do you think causes crime in Haiti?

Please leave a comment.

Toshiba Gigabeat: iPod Killer?

While I’m waiting for the prices on music phones to go down, I’ve found an mp3 player that I’m really interested in buying.
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Google Fusion

Yesterday, Google unveiled a new feature named “Google Personalized Homepage” or Google Fusion.
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Xbox 360 Special On MTV

I just finished watching the Xbox 360 special on MTV. The special was lackluster.
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Going Back To Haiti?

Recently, a friend of mine asked me what I was going to do after I graduate. This got me to do a little thinking.
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My (Poor) Health

A couple of weeks ago, I took at blood test at the University to have my cholesterol, glucose level and other things tested. Today I got the results in the mail. There was a scale from 0 to 100 and my score was 10, meaning “Caution, High Risk.” I started laughing because surely there was something. Well, turns out there was in deed something wrong. These weren’t my test results but the test results of someone who, in my opinion, isn’t doing very well health-wise. Oh well, I can’t wait to get my test results.

Living Longer

Some interesting ways to live longer. They listed oversleeping as one of the things that cause you to die younger. This is a problem for me because I constantly oversleep on days that I don’t have classes. Anyway, it’s an interesting article to read and click on the links for an explanation. But ever since I’ve been reading Freakonomics by Levitt and Dubner, I’m starting to doubt any research I read because experts tend to exagerrate the facts so that they can get people’s attention. Also, I’m doubting conventional wisdom.

Irrelevant

Today’s post is a complete waste of space and a complete waste of your time if you happen to be reading it. I just thought it’d be cool if I post an entry on 05/05/05.

Runaway Bride

If you’ve watched the news this past week, then you’ve probably heard the story of Jennifer Wilbanks.
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